Genevieve Williams

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Rockin’ the Kremlin: My Incredible True Story of Gangsters, Oligarchs, and Pop Stars in Putin’s Russia

An absorbing illustration of the mutuality of music and politics. For musicians, business people in the music industry, and readers interested in the intersection of politics and art.
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Desolation: A Heavy Metal Memoir

A highly readable and often touching memoir about Lamb of God’s guitarist and lyricist.

The Jazzmen: How Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie Transformed America

A refreshing and attentive suite of composite portraits for jazz fans and readers interested in the intersection of art, culture, and politics in the 20th-century United States.
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American Diva: Extraordinary, Unruly, Fabulous

A poetic and inspiring treatment of the diva. Best paired with a discography and a playlist of music by the profiled divas.
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Me and Mr. Jones: My Life with David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars

There’s little new here about Bowie, but this is an appealing look into a legendary era of rock. For Bowie fans and completist collections.
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Greasepaint Puritan: Boston to 42nd Street in the Queer Backstage Novels of Bradford Ropes

A well-researched and thorough illumination of a writer who deserves to be better known. For fans, performers, and creators of musical theater.

All You Need To Know About the Music Business: 11th Ed

If there’s a recording artist’s bible to the music business, this is it. For anyone trying to carve out a living in this challenging industry.
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Amazing Grace: A Cultural History of the Beloved Hymn

A solid and well-researched effort about this famous, often-sung song. Will be appreciated by specialists, but it’s accessible to anyone interested in the history of the hymn.
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Energy Follows Thought: The Stories Behind My Songs

A sweet and intimate retrospective of a long and prolific career. This book will make readers feel like they’ve sat down with Nelson, who has just regaled them with tales.
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